The five winners of the Changemakers Innovation Award were selected by a vote of this online community from among 12 finalists that emerged from a competition attracting 99 entries from 39 countries worldwide.
The winners are presenting the most innovative, compelling, and globally replicable ideas for generating the money and other resources needed to sustain an organization—from a citizen base of support. Such a citizen base can include individual citizens and citizen organizations, businesses, and members of the media. Organizations that receive support from a diverse citizen base demonstrate that they are stronger and more independent than when they rely solely on foundation and government grants. Each winner receives a $1,000 cash prize and more.
Winner is Announced
- LaunchOctober 31, 2004
- Entry DeadlineJanuary 31, 2005
- Voting startOctober 31, 2004
- Voting endJanuary 31, 2005
- Winner is AnnouncedJanuary 31, 2005
|School to School||Anshu Gupta||India|
|Mazury Station - The Center of developing professi||Changemakers Archive||Poland|
|Empowering Migrants and Harnessing Remittances for Development||Changemakers Archive||Philippines|
|Anti-child prostitution campaign||Changemakers Archive||Taiwan|
|The Second Hand Tools Project||Changemakers Archive||South Africa|